At the law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., we aggressively defend people accused of DWI throughout St. Louis County and elsewhere in Missouri. We do not take cases with the intention of pleading our client guilty. We do not accept a negotiated plea when the facts or legal issues indicate the possibility of victory. Attorney Travis Noble fights vigorously for his clients' rights and freedom at every step of the legal process.

If you have been arrested on suspicion of DWI in St. Louis or a suburban municipality, Travis Noble, P.C., will fight for you. Call us today at 314-450-7849 for a free consultation.

Aggressive Representation In Court And Administrative Hearings

When you retain our firm, St. Louis DWI attorney Travis Noble will defend you on the criminal charge, as well as in the Department of Revenue (DOR) hearing.

In the criminal phase of your case, we will seek to identify issues that could result in a dismissal of the charge or reduction to a nonalcohol traffic offense:

  • Was the police stop lawful?
  • Were field sobriety tests properly conducted?
  • Were you advised of your Miranda rights?
  • Were blood alcohol tests properly conducted and are they admissible in court?

In the DOR hearing, Travis Noble will seek to prevent the suspension of your license and to obtain information that could be of use in your criminal case.

Serious Representation For The Toughest Cases

Travis Noble has won numerous DWI cases, including many that seemed hopeless at first glance. He is a graduate of the National College for DUI Defense at Harvard University and frequently lectures around the country on DWI topics. As a trial advocate, Travis Noble is aggressive, well-prepared and determined to win every case he handles. From the start of your case to its conclusion, he will provide aggressive, results-oriented representation.

Contact A St. Louis Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer With A Record Of Success

For a free, no-obligation consultation about a DWI charge, contact Travis Noble, P.C. Call our firm now at 314-450-7849.